Getting Smaller, but Not Quieter
If you thought hedge funds' troubles mean they'll give up on shareholder activism, think again.
It's tempting to feel grateful for every customer you have. You should fight that feeling.
What’s Next — The Louisiana Spin-Off?
There are all kinds of theories about how to save the Big Three automakers. At the radical end of the spectrum: lease the entire state of Michigan to China.
And in This Corner, the Price-Fighter
While it's tempting to cut prices during tough economic times, a better approach may be to introduce a "fighter brand."
With a (Very) Little Help from the Feds
Small businesses aren't high on the notion that government bailout funds for big banks will trickle down to their rescue.
Small Companies Will Lag, but By How Much?
Switching to IFRS is inevitable for private companies — eventually.
Benefits: Adult Education
By helping employees make the most of the benefits companies offer, employers help themselves as well.
Doing the Limbo
Companies looking at launching IPOs in the current market face more uncertainty than usual — a lot more.
Corporate Armor to Fight Hedge Fund Bullies
Amid news that the SEC issued an emergency hedge-fund disclosure rule, a new report is released to help companies thwart hedge-fund activists.
More Guardian, Less Angel
When CFOs join the clubby world of angel investing, they don't spoil the party so much as ensure it goes on.
What It Takes to Be a Turnaround Pro
Aside from core CFO skills, you need an affinity for the nuances of thinking creatively, being a good listener, and trusting your intuition.